A generic dunny mayfly
One day I was given this fly by a friend, but I only got one.
I found it nice and convincing and decided to put it away until tying time.
During the summer 2006 I fished it in Tuscany - Italy and lost it.
A few weeks ago my job took me to Jutland where I had a meeting close to some danish streams. I spent an afternoon with Ripley Davenport (known by regulars in the GFF forum and Pix section) at the banks of one of them. As it got darker we witnessed one of the most hysteric hatches I have ever seen. Duns crawled up and down our waders. Nymphs were emerging through the surface and duns penetrated the film to get to the bottom.
Photographing in the sparse light was difficult, but we got some pictures, which inspired me to take up this pattern again - before it escaped my memory.
I know the tail and color is not realistic in this specimen, but this is a generic pattern and it will probably show it's effectivness just the same.
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